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The Admiral Mann, Kentish Town - pub details

Admiral Mann
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Address: 9 Hargrave Place, London, N7 0BP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1322) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Kentish Town (0.5 miles), Caledonian Road (0.6 miles), Caledonian Road and Barnsbury (0.6 miles)

Nearest train stations Kentish Town (0.5 miles), Camden Road (0.7 miles), Kentish Town West (0.8 miles)

Brewery: McMullen and Sons

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> Current user rating: 5.7/10 (rated by 15 users)
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Oasthouse - 16 May 2015 16:55
I'll start my reviews with my local. The Admiral Mann is a rare breed of pub these days, particually in its locality. A boozer which strikes the right balance between being genuinely friendly, traditional, and yet one you could bring disearning guests too. Being owned by the brewery, they serve McMullen's ale which I like very much.

There are two bars, and the back bar does a good St. Georges Day Party, or other periodical events and much fun can be had.
Richard_ReadingFC - 1 Sep 2011 11:29
Spam posting of 18/10 untrue.

Visited Admiral Mann evening of 14/8. Manager confirms venue has not sold McMullen's AK for 10 years due to lack of sales. Confirmed COUNTRY BITTER sold regularly, with a second seasonal ale from the WHOLE HOP series available most of the time.

Since last visit pub has been refurbished and is much brighter in the saloon bar, as well as being more spacious. It is good to see this pub surviving despite the odds, and well done to both management and brewery for keeping the place alive.
lad_newton - 15 Aug 2011 12:48
great local teetering on the edge of survival, used it for ages but it doesn't bode well
piratepri - 5 Apr 2010 22:52
One of those pubs which is so tucked away (in this case, on a side road off Brecknock Road) that you wouldn't notice it had you not read about it on BITE! It's a good survival, this: a pretty unchanged local boozer which, at least on my visit, had a reasonably civilised (and not at all rough) atmosphere to it. The interior is dark, and I found it depressing (I felt similarly about McMullen's other southern outpost, the Windsor Castle at East Finchley), but good to see it surviving anyway. McMullen's Country Ale on handpump. I wouldn't return, but wish the pub well.
grecian - 21 Jul 2009 09:54

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